As a new graduate or entry level employee, you’re doing your best to make a strong impression and earn the trust of your employers and clients. But sometimes hard work, punctuality, and attention to detail can only carry you so far; you also need to gain the social and technical skills that can take you to the next rung. Since you’re new at this game, you can’t begin to fathom concepts you don’t know yet. Closing knowledge gaps and gaining ground can be difficult to manage all by yourself. An official mentor can help you set your course and stay on track.These four simple tips can help you identify an appropriate mentor, approach this person, and start getting the help you need.